Budapest : Details.

Among all the things I love about Budapest are details, very little things. Is that a part of feeling at home? Being fine and happy to look at only the minuscule, banal things instead of the impressive sightseeings. In Budapest I get inspired by the smallest things, my brain draws links between architecture and flowers, I find beauty in forgotten and old signs or buildings, and delight in getting lost in small streets. Here is a collection of details I loved more than others, enough to snap pictures of them. I hope you find interest in them as much as I do!
























5 Replies to “Budapest : Details.”

  1. Your photographs are beautiful Emy!
    Very much reminds me of Krakow

  2. Nice pics 🙂 a piano bench is a funny thing! Someone who designed it must have been pretty creative 😉 by the way, correct "here are a collection" – I guess you know how to write it properly but you just missed it 🙂

  3. I want that red hot paprika! NOW! 😀

  4. Cathedrals, architecture, flowers, and food, I absolutely love your travel posts!

  5. I love how you were able to capture the beauty of Hungarian culture and life. I'm half Hungarian, so I grew up surrounded by this culture as well. I loved to see the crazy buildings, the paprika (which is a Hungarian essential) and those cakes!! Those reminded me of my Hungarian grandma… really nice post, love it! 🙂

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